How to know when your epic storm weather news comes from nerds


13 Responses to “How to know when your epic storm weather news comes from nerds”

  1. DonBoy2 says:

    Linda Holmes writes so entertainingly, at length, on so many topics that I keep waiting to hear that she’s some kind of collective pen name for NPR staff.

  2. nixiebunny says:

    The Earth is a big carnival ride, and we are the riders. 

  3. L_Mariachi says:

    It’s like when you‘re sick and somebody asks “How’s your cold?”  

    “The cold is doing great, judging by how crappy I feel.”

  4. BarBarSeven says:

    As far as “nerds” and Frankenstorms go, I think a storm like this will result in a lot of kids actually watching the original “Frankenstein,” watch as the monster is lifted high into the sky during a storm & then understand what a “real” Frankenstorm is.

  5. Manuel McLure says:

    Parasitologists are the same way. “Look how the parasite eats through the brain and turns you into a zombie! Isn’t that cool?”

  6. gumbowing says:

    Storm porn is dangerous business. Live coverage of extreme weather requires extra heavy duty hairspray and waterproof makeup for reporters.

  7. michaelannb says:

    The test of a first rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.– Fitzgerald.

  8. anthony626 says:

    I went to TWC website to see what they have to say about Hurricane Sandy and the title to today’s most popular article was:

    “5 Reasons Sandy Will Be Epic”


  9. efergus3 says:

    But if I didn’t love weather, I wouldn’t be such a great forecaster.

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